Intense Rock International doesn’t like what it sees inside the former Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, that your company purchased in March for $50 million.
Intense Rock Chairman Jim Allen, a previous trump entertainment resorts employee, is now tasked with renovating his previous boss’s grand vision in Atlantic City.
Billionaire Carl Icahn’s bargain price selloff intended the Hard Rock was acquiring a Boardwalk property for cents on the buck, as former casino developer turned US President Donald Trump built the resort for $1.2 billion in 1990.
But upon closer examination, intense Rock officials say it is going to price a penny that is pretty refresh the 2,010-room resort and video gaming space, and rid it of a India-themed décor.
‘The sum of money we’re going to have to spend to eliminate all those minarets and all that purple, Jesus! Just What were we thinking?’ Hard Rock Chairman Jim Allen told the Associated Press this week.
The minarets Allen refers to would be the spire and crowns that are onion-shaped ornaments found across the Trump Taj Mahal.
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Though the company owned by the Seminole Tribe in Florida got a spot that is premiere the Atlantic City Boardwalk for a rock-bottom price, Hard Rock professionals say the initial budget of $350 million will not be nearly enough to trnsform the area into a suitable Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Allen estimated that t (suite…)